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Tooth pain- only in cold air- why?

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Posted by: wildgeese  (7 years ago)
Hello,

Suddenly whenever I go out in the cold weather I get a dull pain under one tooth. The colder it is, the worse the pain is. For a few minutes, the pain gets sharper as I stay outside, then after about 5 minutes there is a tiny popping sensation with a barely audible popping sound. After that the tooth continues to ache, but not as sharply.

This happens every time I go outside in the cold air. The tooth is one of my two, top front teeth. It may be relevant that I recently had a month long virus with horrible sinus issues. What's going on? Will this go away on its own?

Thanks!
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Hello,

Suddenly whenever I go out in the cold weather I get a dull pain under one tooth. The colder it is, the worse the pain is. For a few minutes, the pain gets sharper as I stay outside, then after about 5 minutes there is a tiny popping sensation with a barely audible popping sound. After that the tooth continues to ache, but not as sharply.

This happens every time I go outside in the cold air. The tooth is one of my two, top front teeth. It may be relevant that I recently had a month long virus with horrible sinus issues. What's going on? Will this go away on its own?

Thanks![/quot
it may be due to any hidden decay in tooth. go for x-ray of both the tooth and consult to your dentist for further treatment plan...
Dr.Mudita Barnawal
Posted 7 years ago
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Posted by: jimhassel  (7 years ago)
This could be because your teeth is sensitive or could also be related to sinus. You need to explain your symptoms in details to our doctor and you will guided well on what can be done about this. If you stay in an area which generally has cold weather then it is better you do not wait as it may get worse and consult your doc asap.
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